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Property market slowdown

Property market slowdown

All property sectors, except the industrial and logistics market, should brace for a market slowdown of at least 18 months after economic recovery next year.

21 Jul 2021 6
Centara inks pact to run Al Hail Waves

Centara inks pact to run Al Hail Waves

Thailand's leading hotel operator Centara Hotels and Resorts and Oman's Ibn Saleh Al Hashmi Construction (ISAHC) have announced the signing of a hotel management agreement for Al Hail Waves to be managed by Centara.

21 Jul 2021

Contraction risk

Expanded lockdown measures and closure of construction sites and worker camps will plunge the housing market into a severe contraction, according to property experts.

20 Jul 2021 28
Contraction risk

Developers urged to rethink sales strategies

Smaller low-rise housing developers should focus on customer needs and economical marketing strategies as well as improving product quality to increase their competitiveness against larger players who are dominating the market during a property sector slowdown, says a developer.

14 Jul 2021 1
Developers urged to rethink sales strategies
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27 Jul 2021

Commercial real estate recovering

Investment in Asia Pacific commercial real estate reached US$83.5 billion in the first half of 2021, representing growth of 39% year-on-year, bringing the figure close to pre-pandemic levels, according to the real estate firm JLL.

27 Jul 2021
Commercial real estate recovering
24 Jul 2021

Offices not dead yet

A growing number of corporate occupiers plan to extend their office footprint in Asia Pacific in the long term, while also pursuing greater flexibility and new hybrid working models, says the international real estate services company CBRE.

24 Jul 2021 2
Offices not dead yet
21 Jul 2021

JLL warns of property market slowdown

All property sectors, except the industrial and logistics market, should brace for a market slowdown of at least 18 months after economic recovery next year.

21 Jul 2021 6
Property market slowdown
21 Jul 2021

Centara inks pact to run Al Hail Waves

Thailand's leading hotel operator Centara Hotels and Resorts and Oman's Ibn Saleh Al Hashmi Construction (ISAHC) have announced the signing of a hotel management agreement for Al Hail Waves to be managed by Centara.

21 Jul 2021
Centara inks pact to run Al Hail Waves
20 Jul 2021

Housing sector faces contraction risk as cases rise

Expanded lockdown measures and closure of construction sites and worker camps will plunge the housing market into a severe contraction, according to property experts.

20 Jul 2021 28
Contraction risk
14 Jul 2021

Developers urged to rethink sales strategies

Smaller low-rise housing developers should focus on customer needs and economical marketing strategies as well as improving product quality to increase their competitiveness against larger players who are dominating the market during a property sector slowdown, says a developer.

14 Jul 2021 1
Developers urged to rethink sales strategies
7 Jul 2021

CPN acquires shares of SF from Major

Central Pattana Plc (CPN) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to acquire ordinary shares of Siam Future Development (SF) from Major Cineplex Group.

7 Jul 2021 1
CPN acquires shares of SF
1 Jul 2021

Sansiri to accept payments made with cryptocurrency

Real Estate firm Sansiri Pcl is partnering with XSpring Digital to accept cryptocurrencies as payments for housing at its projects.

1 Jul 2021 4
Sansiri to accept payments made with cryptocurrency
29 Jun 2021

FPIT adopting purple ocean strategy

Industrial property developer Frasers Property Industrial (Thailand) or "FPIT" is adopting a purple ocean strategy to tap into both new and current markets with two key pillars: 'creating readiness' and 'differentiation', aiming for revenue growth of 10-15% per annum.

29 Jun 2021
FPIT adopting purple ocean strategy
25 Jun 2021

Property developers look to tech

The property sector is using online sales and cryptocurrency to prop up the market.

25 Jun 2021 13
Property developers look to tech